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As Senator JV Ejercito explained it, a simple law banning the use of cellphones by drivers while they are driving became an overnight sensation when the implementing agencies, LTO, LTFRB, MMDA, and HPG unanimously agreed to enforce the law although it was still premature by three to six months, depending on which spokesperson was speaking to media. The new anti-distracted driving act (ADDA) bans the use of cellphones but not navigational aids. A much older law bans the use of “accessories” and icky stuff like toy dogs with moving heads displayed on the dashboard. Are rosaries distracting?

Specialized cameras of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) have caught fewer drivers using mobile devices during the second day of enforcement of Anti Distracted Driving Act.

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Over 75 drivers caught using mobile phones

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) caught more than 75 drivers violating the Anti-Distracted Driving Act through the “no contact apprehension” policy on the first few hours of enforcement of the law yesterday.

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Itinalaga ng Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) ang Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) bilang unang National Army Reserve Engineering Brigade na bibigyan ng mahalagang gawain sa oras ng major disaster or giyera sa bansa.

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Vehicle drivers using mobile devices or positioning gadgets that distract their line of sight while driving will be apprehended starting today, according to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA).

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The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will train and deputize barangay watchmen or “tanods” for traffic management.

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